In this video, I test out one of those stainless steel bars of “soap” to see if it really works to remove the odor of garlic, onion, and fish from my hands.
In this episode, I’m testing different ways of making hardboiled eggs easier to peel, and I’m trying out a color changing boiled egg timer. For the first test, I poked a small hole in the bottom of two eggs before boiling. For the second test, I added two tablespoons to the water before boiling. I purchased the egg timer at Poundland when visiting London in 2013, but I have seen them in dollar stores and on Amazon in the US.
Bonus video: 14 minutes of egg boiling condensed to 2.5 minutes. I find it oddly mesmerizing, and you can really see the Egg Timer work its magic.
In this video, I test a lifehack which purportedly makes it easier and quicker to cut cherry tomatoes in half.
Followup video: A friend of Lu asked whether the lid trick could be used to cut other round things like grapes, so I decided to try it out.
In this video I demonstrate a life hack that changed my life: an easy way to open jars! Now my pickle addiction can reach its full manifestation.
I’ve always been fascinated by those “As seen on TV” gizmos, so I bought one and tried it out.
In this episode of Eat at Lu’s, I decided to try a cooking lifehack.
The egg slicer came from IKEA. A higher quality egg slicer may have yielded better results.
If you happen to know of any cooking hacks or gadgets that you would like me to try, leave them in the comments below.